PSTA offers free SunRunner rides all day for Halloween on Central on Oct. 29. The City closed 22 blocks of Central Avenue for this event.
After discussing claims of homeless people riding SunRunner to the beach, the SunRunner will start charging full fares of $2.25 each way beginning on Oct. 1.
“We truly appreciate your coverage of the scandal with the city manager of St. Pete Beach. It filled the void that Scandoval left.”
“…he should be applauded, not vilified based on the negative opinions of a few.”
“After reading Matt Carr’s response to ‘WinWay Homes: a Runaway Train,’ I am sorry this man is allowed to do business in Gulfport.”
As the team continues its hugely successful season, a Tampa Bay Rays game could be a monthly occurrence for me if the family’s schedule permits. I doubt it can be done in any other MLB city at this level of convenience and low price.
Renaissance Dad columnist Jon Kile tells readers why he loves the new SunRunner.
SunRunner service starts Friday, Oct. 21. Here’s what you need to know.
Love the idea of SunRunner service? Hate it? Starting this October, you can try out the new beach-to-downtown-St. Pete service for free. Here’s what you need to know about riding the bus, and those pink bus-and-turn-only lanes.
Reactions to the June 30 article about a Gulfport opioid death, the Lion’s Club asks for help, people react to Ian O’Hara’s column about Gulfport’s delinquent accounts, and more feelings about the SunRunner, and Kenneth City.
This week’s letters to the editor talk about Pride, Trump flags, and the SunRunner.
With the new SunRunner “BAT” lanes (which means “bus and turn only”) getting installed along the SunRunner route, people aren’t sure how to use them. We explain how they work.